NEW - Introducing NEPAnode's MapWarper

July 2, 2014, 5:26 p.m.

Check out the newest addition to the NEPAnode project: MapWarper - a web-based tool allowing users to upload any map image (ex. Historical, Zoning, Land Use, Technical Drawings, Site Surveys, Project Applications, etc.). Within the tool users can cross reference where points on the image match points on a map to create a geographically accurate layer which can then be used in GIS system/tool. More importantly users can add these images as layers in NEPAnode by copying and pasting a link (No uploading or downloading). In MapWarper find the "Export" tab after clicking on the map image you want to use, right click and copy the WMS link, in NEPAnode click "View" Map, Use the green "Add a Layer" icon, select "Add New Server", paste the WMS link, and click add layer to select the 'warped" image. Click "MAPWARPER" on NEPAnode's navigation bar or by going to http://warp.nepanode.anl.gov.


Welcome to NEPAnode. This site is made available to federal staff and contractors working to implement the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) and other related environmental reviews and permitting processes. Learn more This site is part of pilot effort at the US Department of Energy (DOE) - Office of NEPA Policy and Compliance to evaluate providing IT web services as a shared service, hosted on the cloud, and using only Free and Open Source Software (FOSS). For more information please contact John.Jediny@hq.doe.gov

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